We need help to make it possible for needy families to continue to get World Class help for their Children at Scottish Rite Hospital. One of my dear friends in the Title Business in McKinney TX had a daughter born a couple years ago that has had operations and other services by Scottish Rite and he wants to help raise money for the next needy families. He has had some last minute players that can’t make it, and sponsors that fell through. Any help you can provide would be great. Don’t hesitate to call me or email me if contacting him directly from the flyer picture below doesn’t work. My number is 469-450-2723 and my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
My friend Brian Hazlewood and his wife Brandi need help for their daughter Presley who was born with Arthrogryposis (a muscle, joint and tendon disorder) that also caused her to have severe bilateral clubfoot, curvature of her left wrist and bilateral hip dysplasia. She has attended Texas Scottish Rite Hospital (TSRH) for Children since she was two weeks old. From the age of two weeks to twelve weeks she went to a clinic weekly for manipulation of her feet and to change her casts that went from toe to upper thigh and at one point she had a heel lengthening procedure done as well. At the age of twelve weeks, it was determined that the casting was not working as well as we would have hoped, and we switched to the Ponseti Method, which is manipulation through therapy, taping and splinting of the feet. They first attended appointments everyday and then they started to spread out to further appointments. During this process, in February of 2006 she had her first surgery at TSRH to try and fix her hips. For three months following the surgery she was in a half body cast from her chest to her toes, also known as a spica cast. After the cast was removed, she went back to therapy in the “baby room” for her feet. Then in October of 2007 she had her second surgery with TSRH which was her foot surgery. Following this surgery she wore full leg casts with pins in place through her heels for six weeks, then had a cast change to smaller casts in which she wore for four weeks, and then moved to orthotic splints that she continues to wear today to keep her feet in place. She started walking with the help of a reverse walker at the age of 18 months, and continued to use this until she took her first steps in January of 2008. She now walks on her own and is also in a gymnastics class for special needs kids.
Presley’s Promise: Is a charity golf tournament that Brandi and Brian are putting together for their daughter to give back to Texas Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas. She has been going regularly since birth and will continue going most all of her life as a child. Scottish Rite is a great organization and we feel we would not be where we are today without their help. It’s truly a gift for us to be a part of such a great place. **************************************************************** Update***** We are looking for 72 golfers and as of today I have 56. We are also wanting to get 18 hole sponsorships and I’m sitting at 14 right now. All the other sponsorships are now full thanks to our boy Scotty Hoyes on the Beverage Cart! That a boy Hoyes! PRIZES***** 1. Best Dressed Golfer…………I’m going with Tony A. on this one. 2. First Place 3. Last Place…………….Probably me. 4. Hole In One/Closes To Pin 5. Longest Drive 6. $5 Raffle tickets to be sold before and after golf for the drawing after lunch. We have some very nice donations to be given away. The more tickets you buy, the better chance you’ll have to win AND it’s more money for Texas Scottish Rite Hospital!
Checks payable & mailed to: Presley Hazelwood @ 802 Cedar Street. McKinney TX 75069. OR Call Brian